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Expedition 16: Star City ceremony
Posted: April 19, 2008
Duration: 3 min 39 sec
A welcoming ceremony is held at the Star City cosmonaut training base near Moscow several hours after landing for Expedition 16 commander Peggy Whitson, flight engineer Yuri Malenchenko and South Korean spaceflight participant So-yeon Yi.
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Expedition 16: Kazakh ceremony
Posted: April 19, 2008
Duration: 3 min 1 sec
Expedition 16 flight engineer Yuri Malenchenko and South Korean spaceflight participant So-yeon Yi are welcomed back to Earth in this ceremony held in Kustanai, Kazakhstan.
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Expedition 16: Crew comments
Posted: April 19, 2008
Duration: 1 min 21 sec
The chopper ride away from the landing site, South Korean spaceflight participant So-yeon Yi and Expedition 16 flight engineer Yuri Malenchenko are interviewed for brief comments following the landing.
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Expedition 16: ISS program manager
Posted: April 19, 2008
Duration: 3 min 56 sec
International Space Station program manager Mike Suffredini is interviewed in Kazakhstan on April 19 immediately after the Soyuz spacecraft landed with the Expedition 16 crew.
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Expedition 16: Soyuz back on Earth
Posted: April 19, 2008
Duration: 58 sec
This footage shows the Russian Soyuz TMA-11 capsule at its landing site in Kazakhstan, following the return to Earth of Expedition 16 commander Peggy Whitson, flight engineer Yuri Malenchenko and South Korean spaceflight participant So-yeon Yi.
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Expedition 16: Post-landing briefing
Posted: April 19, 2008
Duration: 6 min 37 sec
Space officials hold this news conference from the Russian mission control center outside Moscow shortly after confirmation is received that the Soyuz TMA-11 capsule had been located after landing.
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Expedition 16: Soyuz undocks
Posted: April 19, 2008
Duration: 12 min 55 sec
The Soyuz TMA-11 spacecraft with the Expedition 16 crew aboard undocks from the Zarya module of the International Space Station for return to Earth. Views of the undocking are provided by the Soyuz camera, a station truss camera and a porthole window.
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Expedition 16: Crew boards Soyuz
Posted: April 19, 2008
Duration: 7 min 10 sec
Outgoing space station commander Peggy Whitson, flight engineer Yuri Malenchenko and South Korean spaceflight participant So-yeon Yi say their farewells to the Expedition 17 crew and board the Soyuz capsule for return to Earth.
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Space station change of command
Posted: April 18, 2008
Duration: 2 min 28 sec
The change of command ceremony was held in the Harmony module on April 18 as the International Space Station transitioned from Expedition 16 to the new Expedition 17 crew.
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The ICO G1 satellite lifts off atop an Atlas 5 rocket
Posted: April 14, 2008
Duration: 2 min 17 sec
Our camera at the Kennedy Space Center press site tracks the launch of the Atlas 5 rocket carrying the ICO G1 satellite into orbit.
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Spectators at the press site watch Atlas 5 liftoff
Posted: April 14, 2008
Duration: 40 sec
Spectators at the Kennedy Space Center Press Site watch an Atlas 5 rocket lift off from Launch Complex 41 carrying a the ICO G1 communications satellite.
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Wide view of Atlas launch of ICO G1
Posted: April 14, 2008
Duration: 19 sec
An Atlas 5 rocket lifts off from Cape Canaveral carrying the massive ICO G1 communications satellite in this wide angle view.
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STS-124: Tank attached to boosters
Posted: April 12, 2008
Duration: 6 min 28 sec
After completing preps inside a checkout bay of the Vehicle Assembly Building, the external fuel tank for space shuttle Discovery's STS-124 mission is moved into position for attachment to the waiting solid rocket boosters.
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Expedition 17: Full launch to orbit
Posted: April 8, 2008
Duration: 15 min 26 sec
Watch the entire launch of the Soyuz rocket with the Expedition 17 crew bound for the space station. This movie shows the final phase of the countdown and the full ascent to orbit.
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Expedition 17: Launch!
Posted: April 8, 2008
Duration: 3 min 55 sec
The Soyuz rocket carrying Expedition 17 commander Sergei Volkov, flight engineer Oleg Kononenko and South Korean spaceflight participant So-yeon Yi launches from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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Expedition 17: Crew's launch preps
Posted: April 8, 2008
Duration: 2 min 52 sec
Commander Sergei Volkov, flight engineer Oleg Kononenko and South Korean spaceflight participant So-yeon Yi suit up and travel to the launch pad for boarding the spacecraft. The launch day activities are highlighted and narrated in this movie.
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Expedition 16: Progress reentry
Posted: April 7, 2008
Duration: 1 min 32 sec
A camera aboard the International Space Station caught this scene of the Progress 28P cargo ship making its fiery reentry into the Earth's atmosphere where it would burn up over the Pacific.
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Expedition 16: Progress undocking
Posted: April 7, 2008
Duration: 9 min 2 sec
The Progress 28P cargo resupply ship undocks from the Pirs module of the International Space Station on April 7, clearing that port for arrival of the Soyuz TMA-12 spacecraft with the Expedition 17 scheduled a few days later. (video shot in widescreen format)
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Expedition 17: Gantry encloses Soyuz
Posted: April 7, 2008
Duration: 3 min 40 sec
After the Soyuz rocket was erected onto its Baikonur Cosmodrome launch pad, the two gantry swing arms are moved into position to enclose the vehicle for pre-flight preparations.
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Expedition 17: Soyuz rolled to pad
Posted: April 7, 2008
Duration: 3 min 51 sec
Beginning at sunrise on Sunday morning, April 6, the Expedition 17 crew's Soyuz rocket was transported by rail from its final assembly building to the launch pad at Baikonur Cosmodrome.
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